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Cannot use centerscroll wheel to click and pan

Using a CAD drafting program and I need to be able to click the center mouse wheel and pan through the model. This feature does not work at all. The scroll wheel functions by rolling the wheel, but I cannot use the "click and pan" feature whcih allows you to pan vertically and horizontally. This function does not work in any program environment, not just the CAD program.

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Your scroll mouse may not have a button built into the wheel.

Do try to push down on the wheel, though. Most (quality) modern mice have a button built in below the wheel that just takes a little extra pressure to use.

Posted on Sep 29, 2009

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